Theme: Safety Leadership = Safety Culture
Sub-theme: Twenty-five (25) Years of Health and Safety: At the Heart of Work
Workplace culture can only embody a safety culture if leaders strongly advocate for full adherence of safety protocols and policies and execution of safety practices. How can your organisation’s leadership cultivate a safety culture? What are the current barriers to achieving this? One major takeaway from 2020 is the importance of a competent occupational health and safety department in every organisation, especially one where employees are exposed to several hazards in the execution of their duties. Moreover, with the continuation of the COVID-19 global pandemic into 2021, organisations need to take strategic action to protect their employees and customers.
Under the overarching theme, “Safety Leadership = Safety Culture”, the Occupational Health and Safety Seminar will be conducted in partnership with the St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC), as the utility also marks its twenty-fifth (25th) anniversary of Health & Safety, under the sub-theme “Twenty-five (25) Years of Health & Safety: At the Heart of Work”. Health and safety experts throughout the Caribbean, Central and South Americas will anticipate a two (2) day seminar packed with valuable information on effective safety leadership during a pandemic, the most effective personal protective equipment (PPE) on the market and managing the execution of field work in a multi-hazard environment.
For further information on how to be part of this event as a registrant, speaker, or sponsor, contact our Marketing and Member Services Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. This seminar is targeted towards occupational health and safety managers and officers, disaster coordinators, and CEOs of regional and international energy and electricity affiliated organisations.
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